Students throughout Bi-Cultural Day School in Stamford prepared for Passover and celebrated the many rich customs and traditions of the holiday through model seders, special lessons and, of course, the annual Kindergarten Passover Musical Spectacular in which students entertain family
On Thursday, March 22, over 200 people gathered to view SAR Academy’s “Names, Not Numbers©” documentary film. This was SAR’s tenth year participating in this meaningful Holocaust education and commemoration national program.
Which of these countries does not border the Indian Ocean: Tanzania, Indonesia or Uzbekistan? What state straddles the Tropic of Cancer: Hawaii or Alaska?
These are the types of challenging questions Carmel Academy
Along with science teacher Lynne Fried-Whyne, fifth graders presented their innovations at the annual KDS Invention Convention. From new kitchen gadgets to electronic devices, students used their creativity and know-how to present new inventions that we just may see on the market one
On March 14, as students across the nation grappled with their desire to be heard surrounding the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Carmel Academy’s middle school students honored the victims and joined the national conversation.
On Thursday, March 15, SAR Academy students and teachers in grades five through eight participated in a walkout to raise awareness about school safety and gun control, and to remember the lives that were lost in the recent tragedy at the Marjory Stoneman
In the Stein Yeshiva early childhood, the 2 year old’s are busy busy busy getting ready for Pesach. The yeladim have been working hard in class learning their numbers and Pesach is the perfect time to put their new number skills to task! Each
MTA’s tenth grade talmidim had an incredible experience bonding with each other and their rebbeim during their two fun-filled days in Connecticut on sophomore trip. Talmidim and rebbeim participated in sports activities, including bubble
SAR Academy is proud to announce that nine students are moving onto the national finals of the International Chidon HaTanach Contest. Led by their principal, Rabbi Binyamin Krauss, these students will be competing in the national